Earlier this week I got a message from Darren and Tiffini. They were looking for tips on bringing their hibiscus inside for winter. Nothing adds a lovely tropical flare quite like a tropical hibiscus. While hibiscus plants will do fine outdoors in the summer in most areas, they need to be protected in the winter.
With autumn just around the corner, it might seem like the gardening season is coming to an end. However, now is the perfect time to bring a splash of fall color into your landscape to welcome the changing seasons. I know you’ll fall for these plants that are sure to get you thinking about falling leaves, cozy fireplaces, and pumpkin-spiced everything.
Last week we shared a blog post about caring for mums. Kelly Stover asked if mums can be grown indoor in a container. Sure! They can be grown inside; however, the answer to that question is actually a bit complicated.